This morning’s commute took a deadly turn when a New Jersey Transit train failed to reduce speed while entering a major station in Hoboken. At 8:45 a.m., a commuter train went airborne after hitting a bumper block and plowed into a crowded passenger concourse; the force of the crash caused parts of the ceiling to cave in. At least one person standing on the platform was killed by falling debris, and more than 100 people sustained injuries both inside the train and the station. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie stated that all passengers trapped on the train were safely evacuated earlier today and investigations are ongoing to determine what caused this tragic event. Tonight, MetroFocus is on the scene in Hoboken getting you the latest from the people there and what this might do to transit in New Jersey and New York.